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Full text of "Alaskan glacier studies of the National Geographic Society in the Yakutat Bay, Prince William Sound and lower Copper River regions"

CONTENTS
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PREFACE .............................................................     vrr
CHAPTER I.   THE GLACIERS OF ALASKA
INTRODUCTION.......................................................       1
Canadian Coast Range............................................       %
St. Elias Range..................................................       6
The Alaska Range...............................................      15
Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands..............................      16
Central Plateau and Bering Sea....................................      18
The Rocky Mountains............................................      19
THE GLACIATION or ALASKA..........................................      20
EXTENT AND IMPORTANCE OF ALASKAN GLACIERS.......................      21
THE GLACIERS AND GLACIATION OF YAKUTAT BAY
BY R. S. TARR AND LAWRENCE MARTIN
CHAPTER II.   GENERAL VIEW OF THE YAKUTAT BAY GLACIERS..      23
CHAPTER m.   THE MALASPINA GLACIER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES
THE MALASPINA GLACIER............................................      41
GUYOT, TTNDALL, LIBBET, AGASBIZ, AND SEWARD GLACIERS.............      49
MARVINE GLACIER...................................................      53
p HATDEN GLACIER....................................................      68
CHAPTER IV.   LUCIA AND ATREVIDA GLACIERS
LUCIA GLACIER......................................................      59
ATREVIDA GLACIER...................................................      69
CHAPTER V.   THE GALIANO AND BLACK GLACIERS
GALIANO GLACIER...................................................      80
BLACK GLACIER.....................................................      90
CHAPTER VI.   TURNER, HAENKE, AND HUBBARD GLACIERS
TURNER GLACIER....................................................      93
HABNKE AND MILLER GLACIERS......................................      98
HUBBARD GLACIER...................................................    101
CHAPTER VH. THE VARIEGATED, ORANGE AND BUTLER GLACIERS
VARIEGATED GLACIER................................................    115
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